Four profoundly significant cultural events with authoritative guests, from 20 to 23 March, organized by the Paolo Borsellino National Awardwhich this year organizes 42 meetings throughout the year in collaboration with the Regional Council, the Municipalities of Pescara and L’Aquila and the Regional School Office will involve thousands of students to disseminate, especially among young people, the culture of legality.
Let’s go Monday 20 March at 11.00 at the Park Auditorium with the presentation of the book “The banality of the mafia. Civic education told to children” by Castle Maresca, magistrate with active experience in the District Anti-Mafia Directorate, former assistant prosecutor at the Naples Public Prosecutor’s Office. Protagonist of the main investigations against the Casalese mafia and professor of Procedures to combat organized crime at the University of Campania, Maresca will participate in the meeting together with the mayor of L’Aquila, Pierluigi Biondiand to the Prosecutor of the Juvenile Court David Mancini.
We continue the next day, Tuesday 21 at 11.00 always at the Park Auditorium, where a series of testimonies will celebrate the “Day of memory and commitment in remembrance of the innocent victims of the mafia”. On this occasion the magistrate Joseph Ayalamember of the Palermo pool, friend of Falcone and Borsellino, currently vice president of the Falcone Foundation, the prefect of L’Aquila, Cinzia Teresa Torracothe mayor of L’Aquila Pierluigi Biondi, the president of the Court of Appeal of L’Aquila Fabrizia Francabanderaand the president of the National Association of Abruzzo Magistrates (Anm) Roberta D’Avolio, magistrate of the Dda, will meet the students for a shared reflection on the theme of legality coordinated by Frances Martinelli civil society volunteer
The Paolo Borsellino National Award continues in afternoon of 21 March with the meeting at 15.00 between the students of the D’Ascanio di Montesilvano high school and the lawyer Marco Alessandrini who remembers his father, the judge Emilio Alessandrini, with the teacher Graziano Fabrizi witness of the Borsellino Prize.
The days of remembrance for the victims of the mafia come to an end Thursday 23 March at the Flaiano auditorium in Pescara with a meeting between high school students from 14 schools in Pescara e Giuseppe Costanza, the chauffeur of Giovanni Falcone who survived the Capaci massacre.